Want to save money on your next pair of eyeglasses without compromising style? With help from a few fashion-forward eyewear sites you can snag the perfect pair for under $100.
Retailers Warby Parker and Tortoise & Blonde each sell their own brands of trendy, yet inexpensive glasses. Prices, which run around $100, include frames and lenses. Both companies let you try five pairs at home for free or you can experiment virtually. Just upload a headshot or use your webcam to snap a photo and use the sites’ online software programs to see how you’ll look in any pair.
Also see: Save 25% on Medical Visits
Glasses.com offers complete pairs for $90. Those with high-end taste will find designer brands at competitive prices with lenses beginning at $59 on the site, too. Their virtual try-on app also lets you check yourself out from any angle.
For fashionistas on a budget, try BonLook. Their glasses are designed to be stylish, vintage-inspired and run $99 for a complete pair. Plus, the site offers a free session with a personal stylist to help you find the best frames for your face.
Also see: Brand Name Versus Generic OTC Drugs
For a real bargain, 39dollarglasses.com sells frames and lenses starting at — you guessed it — $39. And if you’re someone who breaks their frames often or likes a lot of options, consider stocking up at ZenniOptical, where complete pairs are as low as $6.95.
Would you buy eyeglasses online? Connect with me on Twitter @Farnoosh and use the hashtag #finfit.